reGROUP offers peer-to-peer recovery support through our Recovery Coaching Program. Volunteers are matched with individuals seeking recovery to offer on-going weekly support to help remove barriers, enhance, and sustain recovery.
Are you interested in becoming a Recovery Coach? Keep an eye out here for information on our next training!
Recovery Coach Training
reGROUP trains Recovery Coaches to deliver peer-based recovery support to enhance existing treatment as well as to support a recovery-oriented system of case.
Successful Recovery Coach Academy applicants attend a 40-hour basic skills training course and then receive on-going support from their peers and reGROUP staff. Recovery Coaches are not sponsors or addiction counselor, but instead provide recovery planning and resource utilization, individual and/or group recovery support, and recovery advocacy services. Click here to learn more about what a recovery coach does.
Prospective participants interested in attending a Recovery Coach Academy need to complete the written application by the due date noted on the form. Once a completed written application is received and reviewed, the prospective participants will be interviewed and a determination will be made about participation.
After successful completion of the training, attendees may apply to become a volunteer recovery coach within reGROUP. That is a separate process from attending the training.
Recovery Coach Requirements
I Would Like a Recovery Coach
If you would like to be matched with a Recovery Coach, click the button below to access a PDF of the Recovery Coaching Consent Form. Fill it out and drop it by, fax it back, or email it in to one of the email addresses below. Upon receipt of the Recovery Coaching Consent Form, a staff person from reGROUP will be in contact to get you started in the process of being matched with a Recovery Coach.
How Do I Turn in a Form?
Returning A Form By:
Stopping by: 107 7th St S, Moorhead, MN 56560
Faxing it: 218-477-0289
Emailing it: firstname.lastname@example.org
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